Album review: The Wonder Years – The Hum Goes On Forever

The Wonder Years have long been masters of a thoughtful kind of melancholy. Always leading from the heart, without getting mawkish, Dan Campbell’s lyrical observations have often found a way to be relatable in their simplicity. Way back on I’ve Given You All from 2011’s excellent Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing, singing about struggling, forgotten Vietnam veterans in the ...

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